Activities

Family Planning: Palm Avenue, Ajaebo PHCs Record Increased Number Of Users

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

ollowing the intervention of the Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI) in the renovation of Family Planning (FP) clinics in Lagos state, there has been increased number of FP users at Ajeabo and Palm Avenue Primary Health Centres (PHCs) in Mushin. LEADERSHIP recently visited those areas and found out that since NURHI 72 hours makeover of the FP units in some PHCs across Lagos, more women of reproductive age have come to realize the importance of FP.

Devcoms Roundtable proffers techniques for Adolescents, Youths Sexuality RH information

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Recently a Media Roundtable on the Practical Ways for Introducing Adolescents and Youths to Sexuality and Reproductive Health Information was called by Development Communications (DEVCOMS) Network. SUCCESS DAMIAN reports.

 

NURHI-DEVCOMS TRAINS 77 JOURNALISTS AND 68 SOCIAL MEDIA BLOGGERS ON LIFE PLANNING FOR ADOLESCENTS AND YOUTHS (LPAY)

Saturday, July 28, 2018

Development Communications Network in Collaboration with Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative organised 1-day orientation/sensitization for Journalists and Social Media Bloggers/ Influencers on Life Planning for Adolescents and Youth (LPAY) in Kaduna, Oyo and Lagos. 77 Journalists and 68 Influencers were trained on the concept of LPAY in the three sites. Life planning arms young people with positive life changing information that can help them make informed choices about critical issues in life and future.

Investigative trip to Irede Community, Abule Osun

Thursday, February 15, 2018

 DEVCOMS led a team of Journalist on an investigative trip to Irede community, Abule Osun in Lagos State where it was discovered that residents of Irede community are in quandry.

They have continually agonised over the inaccessibility and unavailability of qualitative healthcare services in their area. The riverine communities inhabited by over 10,000 people have witnessed recurrent loss of lives, notably among pregnant women and the elderly people in the communities as a result of lack of reliable health services.

 

DEVCOM, NURHI partner New Telegraph to curb maternal death

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Determined to curb maternal mortality in the country, Development Communications Network (DEVCOM) in partnership with Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI) yesterday sought partnership of New Telegraph to promote family planning services.
DEVCOM Programme Director, Akin Jimoh, who disclosed this in Lagos, said the country was losing many of women to complications arising from pregnancy and child birth, saying if family planning was effectively deployed by people of reproductive age, it would avert many unintended pregnancies as well as prevent unsafe abortions.

Advocacy visit to News Agency of Nigeria

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Development Communication Network in Partnership with Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative carried out a Courtesy Visit to News Agency of Nigeria, Lagos Office. The visit was carried out to promote Family Planning services which can be used as a strategy to reduce Maternal Mortality in Nigeria. There is need to increase the visibility of Family Planning stories in the paper and Development Communication Network (DEVCOMS) is hoping to achieve this by  carrying out the advocacy visit and meeting with the stakeholders.

DEVCOMS, Christian Aid Nigeria increase Good Governance media awareness

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

As the Nigeria gears up to celebrate another independence aniiversary in October, Development Communications (DEVCOMS) Network and Christian Aid Nigeria, (CAID) has organized a 3-day workshop for community members, media and development partners to demand accountability and good governance from the duty bearers and other authorities.
 

Worry over Maternal, Child Deaths in Nigeria

Thursday, July 13, 2017

The arrival of new born babies, are often greeted with fanfare but where the unexpected happens, the mood in such homes are better imagined than felt.

 

Research says one out of the 13 pregnant women out there dies while giving birth to new born. More worrisome is another that says four women die at child birth per hour, making it more pathetic that 96 of our pregnant women die daily during delivery in Nigeria.

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